Deadline Approaching for Pre-College Education Award
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 11 January, 2010 – The IEEE Computer Society is soliciting nominations for its Distinguished Contributions to Public Service in a Pre-College Environment award. To qualify for the education award, the candidate must have made significant contributions for at least five years to further the profession and technical goals of the IEEE Computer Society in a pre-college environment.
The nomination deadline is 31 January 2010. The candidate recognized for the award will have exemplified the Society’s purpose and vision in contributions made in the K-12 education environment.
Membership in the IEEE or the IEEE Computer Society is not required for either the nominator or the nominee. Past recipients and the link to the nomination form can be found at http://www.computer.org/portal/web/awards/precollege.
For more information, contact Thomas M. Conte, 2010 Awards Committee Chair, at email@example.com.
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